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図書

図書
藤田昌久, ポール・クルーグマン, アンソニー・J・ベナブルズ著 ; 小出博之訳
出版情報: 東京 : 東洋経済新報社, 2000.10  xiii, 366p ; 22cm
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図書

図書
Masahisa Fujita, Paul Krugman, Anthony J. Venables
出版情報: Cambridge, Mass. ; London : MIT Press, c1999  xiii, 367 p. ; 24 cm
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Preface
Introduction / 1:
The Rediscovery of Geography / 1.1:
Linkages and Circular Causation / 1.2:
Modeling Tricks: Dixit-Stiglitz, Icebergs, Evolution, and the Computer / 1.3:
Two Useful Questions / 1.4:
Plan of the Book / 1.5:
Some Intellectual Background / I:
Antecedents I: Urban Economics / 2:
The von Thunen Model / 2.1:
Explaining Cities: External Economies / 2.2:
Urban Systems / 2.3:
Multiple Subcenters / 2.4:
Uses and Limits of Traditional Urban Economics / 2.5:
Notes
Antecedents II: Regional Science / 3:
Central-Place Theory / 3.1:
Base-Multiplier Analysis / 3.2:
Market Potential Analysis / 3.3:
Limitations of Regional Science / 3.4:
A Brief Introduction to Bifurcations / Appendix:
Labor Mobility and Regional Development / II:
The Dixit-Stiglitz Model of Monopolistic Competition and Its Spatial Implications / 4:
Consumer Behavior / 4.1:
Multiple Locations and Transport Costs / 4.2:
Producer Behavior / 4.3:
Some Normalizations / 4.4:
The Price Index Effect and the Home Market Effect / 4.5:
The "No-Black-Hole" Condition / 4.6:
Core and Periphery / 5:
Assumptions / 5.1:
Instantaneous Equilibrium / 5.2:
The Core-Periphery Model: Statement and Numerical Examples / 5.3:
When Is a Core-Periphery Pattern Sustainable? / 5.4:
When is the Symmetric Equilibrium Broken? / 5.5:
Implications and Conclusions / 5.6:
Symmetry Breaking
Many Regions and Continuous Space / 6:
The Three-Region Case / 6.1:
The Racetrack Economy / 6.2:
The Turing Approach / 6.3:
The Growth Rate of a Fluctuation / 6.4:
Determining the Preferred Frequency: The Large Economy / 6.5:
From Local to Global / 6.6:
Conclusions / 6.7:
Simulation Parameters
Agricultural Transport Costs / 7:
Trade Costs: The Realities / 7.1:
Trade Costs: The Model / 7.2:
Core-Periphery or Symmetry? / 7.3:
Differentiated Agricultural Products / 7.4:
The Urban System / 7.5:
Spatial Models of Urban Systems: A Heuristic Introduction / 8:
Location Decisions and the Distribution of Demand / 8.1:
Sustaining and Locking In Urban Location / 8.2:
Population Growth and City Formation / 8.3:
Urban Hierarchies / 8.4:
Ports and Transportation Hubs / 8.5:
The Monocentric Economy / 8.6:
The Model / 9.1:
The von Thunen Economy / 9.2:
The Market Potential Function / 9.3:
The Potential Function and the Sustainability of a City / 9.4:
On the Definition of the Market Potential Function / Appendix 9.1:
The Limit Market Potential Function / Appendix 9.2:
The Emergence of New Cities / 10:
Adjustment Dynamics and the Stability of the Spatial System / 10.1:
From One City to Three / 10.2:
Emergence of New Cities in the Long Run / 10.3:
Bifurcation with Costly Transport of Agricultural Goods / 10.4:
Supplementary Calculations for Appendix 10.1 / Appendix 10.2:
Adjustment Dynamics of a General Three-City Case / Appendix 10.3:
Evolution of a Hierarchical Urban System / 11:
The Formation of an Urban Hierarchy in Nineteenth-Century America / 11.1:
The Monocentric System / 11.2:
Self-Organization Toward a Hierarchical System / 11.4:
The Equilibrium of the Agricultural Market / 11.5:
The Equilibrium Conditions of the Monocentric Economy / Appendix 11.2:
The Proof that (11.16) Implies (11.17) / Appendix 11.3:
An Empirical Digression: The Sizes of Cities / 12:
The Size Distribution of Cities / 12.1:
Do Urban Theories Predict the Rank-Size Rule? / 12.2:
Can Random Growth Explain the Rank-Size Rule? / 12.3:
Ports, Transportation Hubs, and City Location / 12.4:
The Impact of a Transportation Hub on the Market Potential Function / 13.1:
Patterns of Spatial Evolution / 13.3:
International Trade / 13.4:
International Specialization / 14:
A Model with Intermediate Goods / 14.1:
The Structure of Equilibria / 14.2:
Agglomeration and National Inequalities / 14.3:
Decreasing Returns in Agriculture / 14.4:
Economic Development and the Spread of Industry / 14.5:
Growth and Sustainable Wage Differentials / 15.1:
Many Industries and Many Countries / 15.2:
The Multicountry, Multi-Industry Model / 15.3:
Industrial Clustering / Appendix 15.2:
Industrial Clusters: The Evidence / 16.1:
Industrial Clusters: The Model / 16.2:
Concentration or Dispersion? / 16.3:
Adjustment and Real Income / 16.4:
Multiple Factors: Industrial Clustering in a Heckscher-Ohlin World / 16.5:
Multiple Industries and Sustainable Cross-Country Differences / 16.6:
The Production Possibility Frontier / 16.7:
Multiple Industries / Appendix 16.4:
A Seamless World / Appendix 16.5:
The Frequency of Agglomeration / 17.1:
Punctuated Equilibrium / 17.3:
Center and Periphery / 17.5:
External Trade and Internal Geography / 17.7:
Urban Concentration in an Open Economy / 18.1:
The Effects of Trade Liberalization / 18.2:
Industrial Clustering and External Trade / 18.3:
Industrial Structure and Urban Concentration / 18.4:
The Way Forward / 18.5:
The Theoretical Menu / 19.1:
Empirical Work / 19.2:
Quantification / 19.3:
Welfare Implications / 19.4:
Where We Stand / 19.5:
References
Index
Preface
Introduction / 1:
The Rediscovery of Geography / 1.1:
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